Multiscreen debuts on Magyar Telekom
May 8, 2014 11.09 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul
magyar_telekomMagyar Telekom has launched a multiscreen TV service, working in partnership with Huawei Technologies.
According to the Hungarian incumbent, the service, which is known as TV GO, allows existing Telekom TV subscribers to watch 16 channels live ATV, HírTV, M1, M2, Duna, Duna World, MTV Europe, LifeNetwork, Ozone Network, Sport1, Story4, Story5, TV2, RTL Klub, Viasat3, Viasat6), with the number constantly increasing.
It adds that as a special feature, TV GO also offers live programming the two largest commercial channels in Hungary (RTL Klub and TV2), as well as the Champions League final (May 24) and upcoming World Cup in Brazil this summer.
New subscribers can receive TV GO for an introductory offer of HUF1,900 (€6.5) monthly for the first two months, with a two-year contract.
Commenting on the launch, Magyar Telekom CEO Christopher Mattheisen said: “Today, based on the integrated service provider and network capabilities of Telekom we launch a service offering a rich assortment on all devices and screens, which properly addresses the ever changing content consumption and TV requirements. The time is ripe and everything is in place in order for the TV GO service to become successful among our customers”